Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tuesday Ramblings

Where I left off. The monster got most of their room done. So I decided that it was time to get out on the bicycles and pay DH's cell phone bill. What should have only taken about an hour took like 3. Mouthy monster started complaining right after we left the house. I should have turned around and taken her home. But I thought she would do better the farther we went. No such luck!

I did get some rhubarb, from a movie back lot. Long story, but suffice to say the monsters and I ended up on a movie set in town and I bought some stuff and talked to some people. Kewl... I guess they are going to be in town more often. We are the newest place to film. Didn't see anyone famous. Maybe next time.

After all that exercise we ate pizza for dinner. DH and I went for a walk. Then once we got home I cut up the rest of the strawberries and the rhubarb and made a fruit cobbler. Very good!

Today, cut the grass, planted radish & beet seeds. Also planted zucchini and acorn squash plants. Got a ton more strawberries in the patch. Now the patch is complete. They will fill in the rest of the way next year. DH already said he would build me a netting to save the berries from the birds. Got all of the tomatoes staked. That was a job. I got sunburned on my shoulders. Its not to bad but I need to be more careful.

We made chili dogs for dinner. It was fast as I was tired. All this exercise is kicking my butt. One day maybe I will be back to fighting weight....lol

Gotta Run
Yart

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